Bluetooth I2C Interface

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Bluetooth I2C Interface

Post by robotjay » Tue Feb 20, 2007 2:31 pm

Hi guys!

I found this after Googling for Bluetooth I2C Masters. Think it could work for us? I'm thinking: all we would have to do is solder it to a regulated power supply for wireless control.

Any thoughts?


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Post by ginge » Wed Feb 21, 2007 12:31 am

it look like an interesting product. The price seems reasonable, and it looks simple enough to program. I know you have some experience with bluetooth... what would the realistic maximum throughput be?

Work on the USB-tiny-I2C is nearly ready, there is no reason you couldn't hook something like it up to a standard bluetooth module.

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Post by robotjay » Wed Feb 21, 2007 5:30 am

Barry,

Thanks for the input. I think that although I will need bluetooth capability in the future, you are correct in saying that it will be easier to build the USB-tiny-I2C then bridge that connection wirelessly.

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Post by samiya » Mon Feb 01, 2010 5:51 am

How do I check if my computer is bluetooth compatible? I have an ASUS EeePC with Windows XP. How do I check if it's bluetooth compatible? Where do I find this information in the control panel or whatever?
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